dowser, geomancer, diviner; soothsayer, prophet, augur, oracle, seer, clairvoyant; exorcist, exorciser.
2. Informal, expert, adept, pundit, authority, master, virtuoso, Inf. whiz, SI. cracker jack,
wizened, adj. withered, shriveled, shrunken, wrinkled, dried-up, dry, sere; wilted, faded, wasted; desiccated, dehydrated,
wobble, v. 1. tip, tilt, lean, incline; teeter, seesaw, totter, rock, waggle, waddle; shake, tremble, dodder, quaver, quiver, quake; stagger, shuffle.
2. vacillate, waver, dither, fluctuate,
woe, n. 1. misery, wretchedness, grief, anguish, agony of mind or spirit, bitterness, Archaic, bale; sorrow, sadness, infelicity, unhappiness, dolor, heartache, heartbreak, broken heart, broken-heartedness, heartsickness, heavy heart; desolation, bereavement, prostration, extremity, depths of misery; despair, disconsolateness, despondency, depression, gloom, melancholy, melancholia; anxiety, angst, worry, fret, solicitude, concern, cark, care; agony, torture, torment, pain.
2. trial, tribulation, ordeal, load, burden; trouble, adversity, misfortune, affliction, suffering, distress, oppression, mortification; blow, shock, stab, pang, throe; disaster, calamity, catastrophe,
woebegone, adj. 1. miserable, wretched, woeful, Archaic, woesome, forlorn, Obs. baleful, heartsick, downhearted, broken-hearted, heartbroken, crushed, broken, desolate, despairing; worried, anxious, afflicted, stricken, heavy-laden; down, disconsolate, dejected, depressed, despondent, melancholic, gloomy, dismal, lugubrious, funereal; somber, glum, low-spirited, disheartened, discouraged, Inf. broken-up, Inf. cut-up, SI. bummed-out or bummed; sad, unhappy, infelicitous, sorrowful, doleful, dolorous, dolorific, dreary, Literary, drear, grieved, mournful, tearful, teary; lachrymose, comfortless, joyless, cheerless.
2. downcast, cast down, crestfallen, chapfallen, hangdog, long-faced, down in the mouth,
woeful, adj. 1. wretched, miserable, abject, Archaic. woesome, forlorn, Obs. baleful; bitter, dreary, Literary, drear, gloomy, harsh, severe, stark, oppressive, onerous; dreadful, grievous, tragic, ruinous, disastrous, calamitous, catastrophic; painful, ex-crutiating, racking; pitiful, pitiable, piteous, pathetic, pathetical, sorrowful, heartrending, heartbreaking; plaintive, sad, saddening, distressing, depressing, disheartening; lamentable, regrettable, deplorable, rueful.
2. down, disconsolate, dejected, depressed, despond ent, melancholic, woebegone. See - woebegone (def. 1). woman, n. 1. female, she, lady, Scot. cummer, member of the gentle sex or fair sex; girl, maid, maiden, lass, lassie, miss, Irish, Eng. colleen; Inf. gal, Inf. petticoat, SI. skirt, wench, SI. dame, SI. broad, SI. chick, Inf. number, Inf. baggage; dowager, matron, spinster, old maid, hag, crone.
2. wife, spouse, mate, consort, helpmate, SI. Facetious, better half. See - wife.
3. beloved, darling, sweetie, sweetheart, ladylove, flame, inamorata, lover; mistress, paramour, courtesan, concubine, Sl. doxy, odalisque, kept woman.
4. female attendant, handmaiden, lady-in-waiting, abigail, maidservant, Archaic, ancilla; housekeeper, maid, chief maid, female servant, cleaning lady, Inf. help.
woman-hater, n. misogynist, Psychiatry, gynephobe.
womanhood, n. 1. muliebrity, female maturity, matronhood, wifehood; femininity, feminineness, femineity, womanliness, wifeliness, matronliness.